CedarWorks is committed to creating a better environment for children. From our product design and use of earth friendly materials to our environmentally sustainable manufacturing processes, we try to do our part for future generations.
Joining the CedarWorks family means you too can have the benefit of making a difference. With our Play It Forward, Giving Back To The Future, and CedarWorks ReCedaring programs you can help create healthy, happy kids and a healthy planet.
CedarWorks is excited to announce a program for 2015 called Play It Forward. The purpose of the program is to provide playsets to organizations that benefit children.
Our organization partner for 2015 will be the National Foster Parent Association. CedarWorks will award playsets to several foster families for their children to enjoy. Every time a CedarWorks owner refers a new family to CedarWorks, a portion of the sale will be donated to the Play It Forward fund.
So, refer a friend, share the fun, and make a difference in kids' lives - Play It Forward. For more information and application details please visit the Play it Forward page on our website.
Through CedarWorks ReCedaring Program, thousands of seedlings are donated each year to small woodlot owners and environmental groups. To date, more than 500,000 seedlings have been donated. CedarWorks customers can also help the environment by planting the cedar seedling they receive as a gift with every playset purchase.
Community is at the very heart of CedarWorks which is why our Giving Back To The Future program was created to benefit local organizations that support children and the environment.
Northern White Cedar is naturally long-lasting. Wood marketed as "cedar" from china is not. Call it what you may, but "cedar" from china does not live up to the name.
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Request a free catalog today and we'll donate a two-year-old seedling to an environmental group or small woodlot owner.